Medical Affairs Strategic Summit East
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Thursday, April 16 • 1:15pm - 1:45pm
Track D: Panel: Effective Strategies to Ensure Your Collaborative Research Study is Compliant and Advantageous: An Institutional Perspective

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  • Strategies to ensure transparent communication between the investigator and sponsoring parties
  • Common compliance issues and how to avoid them
  • Checklist to ensure a forward-moving, goal-oriented study

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Kimberly Cheshire-Kinney

Global Operations Head, IIS and Collaborative Studies-MAO, Global Clinical Development Operations, Janssen R&D
Kim is the Global Operations Head, IIS-Collaborative, Medical Affairs Operations (MAO) for Janssen. In her role she has primary global accountability for the IIS and collaborative study global framework (policy, processes, systems, vendors). She oversees harmonized global implementation... Read More →

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Nitasha Phatak, MD, Ph.D.

Regulatory Specialist (Investigator-initiated trials), Methodist Health System
Dr. Nitasha Phatak received her medical degree in ophthalmology and has eight years' experience in ophthalmic surgery from University of Mumbai, India. She also earned a PhD in biomedical sciences from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. At the Methodist... Read More →
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Helene Bach, Ph.D.

Director of Research and Sponsored Programs, Rutgers University
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Sun-Ming Pan, MPH

Clinical Research Coordinator, Urology Department, Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Sun-Ming Jessica Pan is currently a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Urology Department at Columbia University Irving Medical Center where she oversees protocol development, financial management of trials, clinical trial reporting, and quality assurance. Trials currently include... Read More →

Thursday April 16, 2020 1:15pm - 1:45pm